Two Feet In | Poem/Song

Nothing makes me feel this way

to bend to ones control.

I don’t like what happens to my brain

but the feeling is far from miserable.

There’s a power, there’s a charm

in every little pattern

in every little syllable

everything that shouldn’t matter.

Two feet in.

No doubs, no doubts, no doubts.

Two feet in.

I’m proud, you’re proud, we’re proud.

It’s not a new feeling:

it’s really quite stale

to go into detail.

But I’ll make it brief.

Mr Brown, where are you

with your good grief?

Underneath the charm of your body,

you’re terrible and smite me,

and just how unlucky it is

for me to want you.

And it makes you wonder

just how lucky we are

to get the chance and the choice

to put two feet in.

Two feet in.

No doubs, no doubts, no doubts.

Two feet in.

I’m proud, you’re proud, we’re proud.

7 Comments Add yours

  1. This site was… how do you say it? Relevant!! Finally I’ve found something which helped me.

    Many thanks!

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    1. sammicakes says:

      Thank you so much! Glad you’re enjoying it ❤

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  2. What a lovely poem and such a great title. Keep writing like this. It spreads joy

    Liked by 1 person

    1. sammicakes says:

      thank you for the kind words, I definitely will continue ❤

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  3. Belladonna says:

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  4. Beautiful work, here.

    I can sense the submissiveness, as though from a worse existence to a better one. It is that way with love, isn’t it? We believe we have everything in numbers, in the numerous. Though, when we find that “star” among the rest in the twilight, we are grateful we have been found and not neglected.

    Your poem has a grace to it. It is wonderfully written. 🙂

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    1. sammicakes says:

      wow! that is such a gorgeous reading of this poem, your work and comments never fail to amaze me ❤ thank you for the kind words

      Liked by 1 person

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